God of War: Ragnarok Developer Joins Monolith's Wonder Woman Team

Mila Pavlin, a former developer of Sony Santa Monica's God of War: Ragnarok, has recently joined the team at Monolith Productions, the developer of the Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor and Shadow of War. Pavlin praised Monolith's commitment to accessibility in a tweet, suggesting that she will be playing a similar role in the upcoming Wonder Woman game.

Pavlin's move to Monolith is a positive sign that the Wonder Woman game is making progress. With her experience in developing the accessibility features of God of War: Ragnarok, it's likely that the Wonder Woman game will be just as accessible. This will make the game more widely available to a larger audience, allowing more people to experience the game. 

The move also points to the Wonder Woman game being an ambitious project. Pavlin is a highly experienced developer, and Monolith's commitment to accessibility is a sign that the game is aiming for a high level of quality. 

At the moment, there is still very little known about the Wonder Woman game. However, with Pavlin's involvement, it's likely that the game will be of a high quality and be accessible to a wide variety of players.

Mila Pavlin's move to Monolith Productions is a sign of good things to come for the upcoming Wonder Woman game. Her experience in accessibility features and Monolith's commitment to the same will likely make the game more accessible to a wider audience. While there is still very little known about the game, it's clear that it is an ambitious project and will likely be of a high quality.